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Vintage 1952 American Character Sweet Sue Sunday Best Red Dress For 18" Doll

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Used
Brand
American Character

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This is an original dress called Sunday Best for a 1952 American Character Sweet Sue doll. The dress can be seen on page 87 of the book, "American Character Dolls Identification & Value Guide" by Judith Izen. It is an embossed cotton dress with cotton pique collar and cuffs. The dress is in wonderful condition. The only issue that I saw was that the black velvet bow is missing. Other than that, the dress looks lovely. I believe this dress is for the 18" doll.  It measures approx. 9" in length.
 

 

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More than a week ago
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79735385

Priced $35.00. Categorized under Dolls & Bears >> Dolls >> By Brand, Company, Character >> American Character >> Sweet Sue. Condition: Used, Brand: American Character. This is an original dres caled Sunday Best for a 1952 American Character Swet Sue dol. The dres can be sen on page 87 of the bok, American Character Dols Identification amp Value Guide by Judith Izen. It is an embosed coton dres wit.